You know, half the time I think the reason I like Wesley Clark so much is that he seems so clearly to scare the hell out of the Bush administration. Get this: They’ve insisted that his upcoming testimony on Kosovo be censored. That’s a link to an entry in Talking Points Memo, which has a link to a story in the Seattle Times. As the latter story points out, measures such as these are usually reserved for individuals who have reason to fear reprisals for their testimony, or where national security is involved. Meanwhile, Clark has written a book about his Kosovo experiences and hasn’t exactly been shy about them in interviews.
So what are they so afraid of?